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Flashcards in Organ Transplantation and Rejection Deck (21):
1

Donor and recipient are the same individual

Autologous

2

Donor and recipient are genetically identical

Syngeneic

3

Donor and recipient are genetically different but of the same species

Allogeneic

4

Donor and recipient are of different species

Xenogeneic

5

Hyperacute
Acute
Chronic are three types of....?

Organ REjection

6

Most transplants are...

allogeneic

7

Type II hypersensitivity is

Hyperacute

8

Type IV hypersensitivity is...

Acute
(CD4/8, Direct)

9

Type III hypersensitivity is...

Chronic
(Indirect, antibody)

10

Do you transfuse WBC?

NOPE

11

What blood accepts all blood?

AB+

12

What blood gives to all blood?

O-

13

For a liver transplant you need waht to match

Only Blood

14

For a kidney transplant you need what to match?

HLA and Blodd

15

For a Cornea transplant you need what to match?

Cornea

16

What happens in dendritic cells are in the graft?

It kills it (this is type IV sensitivity)

17

What is GVHD? (Graft-versus-host disease)

A transplant T cells attack the host

18

Prednisolone is the active compound of...?

Corticosteroids

19

IkBa production blocks what fucntion?

Function of NFkB

20

Cyclosporin and Tacrolimus inhibit what?

T-Cell Activation

21

Belatacept and Anti-CD25 prevent what?

T-Cell Survival and Proliferation